Saturday, December 08, 2012

Miracles for all

I have had my share of miracles time and again. By all rights I should be in a lot worse shape after what I've done to my body this lifetime. It has been the primary vehicle for my soul to get my attention when I am not paying attention. I once had "permanent nerve damage" in a foot. Needless to say it wasn't quite permanent. My "Miracle healing" came when I learned not to let others get on my nerves.

I've witnessed some unbelievable miracles in clients as well. Years ago a man came for energy healing. Tumors were nearly bursting through his skin as his cancer was quite intense. I heard loudly, "Your anger at your father is eating you up." This man took the message to heart, worked on forgiveness and thus the cancer went away. He truly participated in his own miracle healing as well.

Likewise I've had financial "miracles" so many times, when I prayed for assistance and truly expected it to come. In my reality if I have need, God has resources, and I don't need to get in the way of the Divine presence with worry and fretting. "God you have a bill. Let me know what to do and when," I pray, and then when guided I act immediately. I participate in my own miracles quite often, but not because of things I "think" I must do, rather because of things I am guided to do.

Little miracles occur every day too, because I know God loves me (as God loves all of you) and cares about the smallest details of my life. "God what can I do with all these leftover mashed potatoes," I thought to myself the other day. Uncharacteristically I flipped the TV on during my lunch break to a cooking show where the delightful lady was showing people how to make potato gnocchi. YUM. Since I can't have flour right now I'll adapt, but the idea was great.

So the trick to having miracles is 1) embracing the fact that God loves you and cares about every aspect of your life, 2) treating yourself with love to send out a signal to the universe that says you truly embody an energy that says you are worthy or receiving the miracle, 3) be willing to listen to your heart and honor your guidance, even if it does not seem related to your miracle.